Yes, there is a section on the play on the enotes website. The section includes an Enotes study guide which contains a summary and a critical analysis of the play as well as a biography of the author and a descritption of the historical context in which Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf was written. You can get to this study giude by following the first link after this answern. In the section there are also several encyclopedia entries on the play (see the third link) as well as critical commentaries written when the play was originally produced (second link). Finally you can find a Q&A section here:http://www.enotes.com/whos-afraid/q-and-a/ (you will notice that I moved your own question here).
Finally, if you want to find more about Albee or his other play, this other link takes you to all the resources on the website: http://www.enotes.com/search?q=edward+albee